More serious than Ebola Syndrome, but much weaker. The Untold Story really only comes alive in its scenes of violence. Yet, these are also too few and far between, as the film takes too much time with an unintriguing cop angle, and then later, a prison subplot. The climactic flashback of a family massacre, however, is memorable because it makes the on-screen gore inflicted not only to adults but children, as well.
serial killer who makes bbq pork buns out of dead bodies and rapes a woman with chopsticks. if you're like me you watched this when you were 8 because your asian immigrant parents left it lying around innocently without knowing that it would destroy any kid's ambition to become a doctor or a lawyer and lead them to write their college thesis on the excess masculinity in asian horror films instead. obvi scarred 4 life
Diabolical! Full of energy, wicked humor, and perversity; this police investigation story confronts the audience on how far you can take reason into your actions when you're trying conquer evil. Whose more sick, the serial killer or the cops or the audience watching it? For morally deviant movies, I found this to be more than palpable. Love!